Saturday, April 15, 2006

Continued Prayer

I just sat down in my comfy chair after returning from Liana's recital, which was totally delightful. The students played marvelously and then John Lindsey himself played. It was great! Refreshments followed and Nancy Hull asked my three girls to share their rendition of "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy" - that was fun, too.

But now I am home and I took my boot off to check out the ankle. I am supposed to wear a boot regularly for the purpose of stretching out the achilles tendon. That part is going well. Unfortunately the tissue, which was a concern of Dr. Henline's, doesn't appear to be healing very well. Upon removing the boot I was immediately aware of a large dark spot on the white sock -- there had been quite a bit of oozing from the wound. It has not completely healed over, but now it was opened again. Truly a disappointment. But we will persevere. It may mean a slower transition to moving around than we had hoped. It is hard to say for sure, but one thing I do know -- prayer is still needed.

So, for those of you who are not yet weary of my need, I sure will appreciate your intercession on my behalf! Thank you so very much -- prayer is indeed a powerful weapon. Of that I am absolutely confident.

And once again -- rejoice and be exceedingly glad! Jesus lives!

8 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

dr. henline's a good doctor, he operated on my hand a few years ago. thank God that he's provided capable hands. i'll be praying for you! sad that i couldn't be home for easter, but i've got four glorious weeks to look forward to being home, starting in the middle of may. hope everything's going well- i hear quite a bit about your family from jennie and jared. just want to let you know that i appreciate you guys so much. thank you.

happy easter!
ethan thomas

6:41 PM  
Anonymous Judy said...

Yes, you will be kept in our prayers. Weary of praying for you? NEVER! We are believing for a complete recovery. (Acts 3:1-10) God is in the business of healing.

6:48 PM  
Blogger thisrequiresthought said...

loving you and praying quick(er) healing for your leg.

hope you had a wonderful day of celebration.

9:15 PM  
Blogger TrashTidBits said...

I'm believing for a full recovery for you and will keep praying. Can't wait to hear how your time with Dr. Henline goes on Tuesday.

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